Collin County offers a variety of health services for residents. See how healthy the county is and how its health care industry ranks statewide with these statistics.
Services provided: immunizations, epidemiology and surveillance, perinatal hepatitis B prevention program, tuberculosis clinic, STD/HIV clinic, women’s and children’s health services, indigent program, primary care.
825 N. McDonald St., Stes. 130 and 145, McKinney
How healthy is Collin County?
86% of adults surveyed reported being in good or great health.
88% of adults are nonsmokers.
81% of adults are considered physically active.
90% of residents have access to exercise opportunities.
89% of residents have health insurance.
53% of residents received a flu vaccination.
How healthy is Texas?
12% of adults surveyed reported being in poor or fair health.
68% of adults are nonsmokers.
26% of adults are considered obese.
91% of residents have access to locations for physical activity
94% of residents have health insurance.
4 Million residents were enrolled in Medicaid as of January 2018.
Local Health Care Industry
6,271 workers in McKinney are employed in health care-related occupations in 2017.
McKinney hospitals employ 2,124 total employees as of May 20.
There were 947 primary care physicians in Collin County in 2018. That means there are 88.9 primary care physicians for every 100,000 residents, which ranks 24th statewide.
There were 9,502 registered nurses in Collin County in 2018. That means there are 891.7 registered nurses for every 100,000 residents, which ranks 33rd statewide.
There are 960 people in Collin County being served per mental health provider in 2018.
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Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, Texas Department of State Health Services, Collin County/Community Impact Newspaper